Twins Jack and Anna Smith are among the Year 11 students at Giles Academy celebrating their GCSE results today.
The school says Jack has ‘progressed remarkably over the last five years and has excelled in all of his subject areas, most notably securing A grades in both Maths and Double Science’.
He will be joining Giles Academy Sixth Form in September, going on to study Diploma Business and A Level Maths.
Twin sister Anna also performed well, achieving an A* in English Literature and will be studying Psychology, Sociology, English Language and Biology.
According to the school, students ‘have performed well across the board and should be very proud of their achievements’.
Headteacher of Giles Academy, Ian Widdows said: “I would like to congratulate all of the students at the Giles Academy for the excellent results which were released today.
“As a school the results show a significant improvement on last year – demonstrating the ambition of our staff to always do the very best that we can to give opportunities for our students to succeed.
“With the support of Giles teachers and support staff, students can now see the fruits of their hard work and commitment over the past few years.
“Many of these students will now use these results as a springboard to further success as they continue their journey with Giles into the growing range of courses in our highly popular and successful sixth form.”
Other success stories at the school included:
Frances Haime, who performed outstandingly well across all of her subjects to achieve grades including four A* grades and four A GCSE grades including 100 per cent in her English Literature examination.
Charlie Jolly, who achieved A grades in English, English Literature, Maths, Media and the equivalent of A* in Art and Design. Ropa Sinyoro achieved four A grades and the equivalent of an A* grade in Health and Social studies.
Jordan Taylor, who achieved the greatest progress of all of our Year 11 students. Jordan will continue to study at Giles Academy completing Photography and Art qualifications.
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